May 25, 2023
Are you tired of being trapped in an economic system that benefits only the elites? Do you long to break free from the invisible chains that bind you? It's time to join a movement that aims to restore power and control to the people. By standing together, we can expose the hidden forces at play and pave the way for a better future. Your contribution, no matter how small, can significantly impact our fight for justice and freedom.
Today, we are so fortunate to have Robert Michael, a respected member of the Divine Inheritance Defense Team on the Offensive (DIDTOO). As a renowned speaker and thought leader, Robert brings forth profound perspectives and eye-opening examples to help you understand the profound influence of economics on your personal freedom and choices. He empowers individuals to delve deeper into the dynamics of economics and break free from the chains that hold them back.
Don't miss this extraordinary opportunity to uncover the truth about economic slavery and ignite the spark of change within yourself. Join us on this transformative journey, and together, let's create a world where every individual can thrive, independent of oppressive systems.
“People don't realize that when someone else owns the money system, and you're being given their money to use, you don't own anything, it's really that simple.” – Robert Michael
“When that certificate is invested from or that registration from birth, when it's invested, and no one has stepped up to say that they're the priority interest holder in that account in that created organization, the state has no choice but to take it and protect it.” – Robert Michael
“We're not only making a claim, it's called staking your claim and We're going to stake our claim on it and let them know.” – Robert Michael
“It stands to gain your freedom because every one of you is worth millions of dollars that you're being robbed of, and forced to work jobs that you can't stand [and] under the idea that you need to make money to live when you're making money every day for them, which belongs to you.” – Robert Michael
Economic debt slavery is where individuals are trapped in a system controlled by a small group of people who own the money system. This system perpetuates the idea that individuals don't truly own anything, as the control lies with those who control the money supply.
Central banking and debt explain that governments do not have money but rely on loans from central banks. This creates a cycle of debt, where the government passes on the debt to the people. The Federal Reserve is an example of a central bank providing notes (obligations) to the United States, creating a national debt.
Reorganizing debt and impending banking crash: There is a mention of an upcoming banking crash, speculated to be a method of reorganizing debt and introducing new government currencies.
Collateralization of personal information that various documents and registrations, such as social security numbers, birth certificates, and licenses, are being collateralized and traded in private mutual fund investment accounts.
The government monetizes personal information and legal documents: The state capitalizes on court cases, driver's licenses, and birth certificates by placing them into mutual funds, generating substantial profits from individuals' names without their knowledge or consent.
The ongoing struggle can be traced back to the Civil War, which primarily revolved around financial obligations rather than slavery. The government continues to make citizens pay their debts, while creating a democratic corporation that acts as a vendor to the federal government, undermining the republican form of government.
By understanding the mechanisms of the financial system, individuals can reclaim their authority. Recognizing that the government relies on citizens' credit to function, people can eliminate debt and demand transparency, aiming to protect themselves, future generations, and their environment.
Individuals should avoid claiming and staking their rightful ownership over personal assets and identities. Individuals can establish their authority and protect their rights by challenging implied ownership and demanding proof.
It is crucial to question the jurisdiction under which authorities operate. Differentiating between constitutional and corporate jurisdictions helps unveil the mechanisms by which personal information and accounts are controlled.
When dealing with Child Protective Services (CPS) or law enforcement agencies, it is essential to respond strategically. Individuals can safeguard their privacy and avoid potential pitfalls by asking specific questions and requesting proof of authority. The law in action emphasizes the importance of understanding an officer's authority and ensuring their actions align with legal requirements.
[06:58] – Discover what is Economic Debt Slavery and How it affects you?
[16:05] – The Hidden Truths of Financial Systems
[27:06] – Stacking your claim on your kids.
[32:46] – Unveiling Authority and Protecting Personal Rights: Challenging Ownership Claims
[42:02] – Unveiling the Advocacy Organization
[52:10] – The debt instrument that has value
[57:20] – The problem with the current system of life
[1:06:20] – A call to action to donors
[1:12:20] – The importance of social media and social media
The time has come to break free from the shackles of economic slavery that have plagued humanity for centuries. We deserve to live in a world where peace, abundance, and the well-being of our loved ones are not compromised by a system that perpetuates scarcity and concentrates power in the hands of a select few.
The current economic structure, controlled by a small group of individuals who wield disproportionate influence over nations and resources, has created a cycle of control and oppression. We cannot continue to tolerate a system that prioritizes the interests of the few over the well-being and prosperity of the many. It is time to unite and demand a fundamental transformation of this broken system. Breaking the chains of economic slavery will require collective action, education, and a commitment to dismantling the structures perpetuating inequality and injustice. It will not be an easy journey, but history has shown that real change is possible when people come together with a shared vision.
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